Issue of August 11, 2019
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TESDA brings skills training in Tinoc, reaches for more clients
by TESDA-CAR release

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Ifugao provides skills training to the indigenous peoples in Tinoc, Ifugao in support of the Duterte administration’s bid to empower and uplift the lives the marginalized sectors.

“Tesda is very determined to reach out to more clients and partners even in remote areas to improve the lives of the people we serve,” said Melita Pinic, supervising TESD specialist.

She said the agency’s strategy is to provide services even in the remote areas.

“If our clients can’t go to our office to avail of the free trainings, we will bring it to them,” she said.

Pinic said with the services that the different agencies bring, people in the remote areas will feel the presence and sincerity of the government in addressing local issues and needs.

A total of 1,155 residents from Dang-go and Luhong of Tinoc and its neighboring barangays from Napo of Ambaguio and Balete in Kayapa Nueva Vizcaya and Lusod of Kabayan, Benguet were oriented on Tesda programs and services.

During the all-in one caravan on July 26, Tesda identified that community members prefer to have skills training in mushroom production to be able to use their available resources in the area.

“We will not just provide mushroom training production but other scholarships that will be useful not only for their employability but also to their livelihood,” Pinic said.

Tesda-Ifugao, together with the 54th Infantry (Magilas) Battalion, 5th Infantry (Star) Division, Philippine Army; Tactical Operations Group 2, Philippine Air Force; local government units and government line agencies in Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya, converged their programs and basic services through the Community Support Program at Barangay Danggo, Tinoc, reflecting the whole of nation approach of the Duterte administration.

Danggo is one of the least accessible barangays in the province.

The one-day activity served hundreds of residents who were provided with medical and dental services, free haircut, school supplies to pupils, and secondhand clothes and hygiene kits to parents.

Vegetable seedlings and assorted fruit and non-fruit bearing tree seedlings and reading materials were also turned over by the 54th IB to barangay officials and teachers.

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